Christina Coobatis: Looking Back

People's Liberty has helped me to grow both as a designer and as a person overall. One major contributing factor to my growth was the abundance of opportunities we residents were given to get out from behind our computers and connect with the Cincinnati community. Here's a look back at some of those awesome experiences:

 Visiting DIY Printing at Essex Studio and getting a hands-on lesson in screenprinting.

Visiting DIY Printing at Essex Studio and getting a hands-on lesson in screenprinting.

 Hiding capsules around the city as a promotional campaign for Globe in the Dark.

Hiding capsules around the city as a promotional campaign for Globe in the Dark.

 Facilitating an Ask Me Anything on Reddit during our weekly staff meeting.

Facilitating an Ask Me Anything on Reddit during our weekly staff meeting.

 Handing out swag bags to our neighbor merchants at Findlay Market.

Handing out swag bags to our neighbor merchants at Findlay Market.

 Giving out free morning coffee at Collective Espresso as part of #peoplespercs.

Giving out free morning coffee at Collective Espresso as part of #peoplespercs.

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